I believe in three intentional ways of going through the creative process
The slow way.
Our world is obsessed with more and faster, and the creative world is affected by it too. We feel we always have to be productive, we constantly lack time and we feel the need to hustle to our creative goals.
But working harder and longer doesn’t mean you create better. By helping you prioritize, simplify and make space for slow moments, I support you to build a balanced, slower and more sustainable creative life.
The brave way.
The journey from having an idea to making it reality can be a long one with many opportunities for self-doubt to stop us from moving forward. Fear should not be underestimated in how often it’s the thing holding you back.
It’s only when you find a way to deal with those feelings that you’re able to focus on creating. By helping you choose good mindsets and challenge your doubts, I support you to be brave and dare to pursue your creative ideas.
Your own way.
When learning a craft, we are helped by mirroring others and there’s nothing wrong with that. But if you truly want to make a creative idea happen, you also have to find your style, your voice, your truth. Your own way.
Many of us were taught to adjust ourselves to the norm and sometimes the norm doesn’t work for you. By helping you ask yourself the right questions and see that there are different options, I support you to find your own way.